Poll-books of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, 1710
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Published by Thoroton Society in Nottingham .
Written in English

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Statementwith a political introduction by Myrtle J. Read and a biographical index by Violet W. Walker.
SeriesThoroton Society -- vol.18
ContributionsRead, Myrtle J., Walker, Violet W., 1900-1982.
The Physical Object
Number of Pages189
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21200763M

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  Poll Books of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, Introduction by Myrtle J. Read, and a biographical index by Violet W. Walker. Thoroton Society Record Series Volume XIX (). Lenton Priory estate accounts, Sheffield Poll Book Leicester Poll Book Whitehaven Poll Book Cambridge Poll Book Norfolk Poll Book Peterborough Poll Book s Northumberland (Northern Division) Poll Book - this also includes at the end a copy of the poll books for and South Nottinghamshire Poll Book Fife Poll Book s. Poll books continued to be used for various elections until the secret ballot was introduced in Poll books will not list all residents of an area. Until , most voters were freeholders and others who could meet property requirements for the franchise, and poll books list only those who actually cast a vote. Read, M.J.; Walker, V.M., Poll-books of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, , Thoroton Society Record Series, 18 () Stitt, F.B. ed., Lenton Priory Estate Accounts, to , Thoroton Society Record Series, 19 () Train, K.S.S. ed., Lists of the Clergy of North Nottinghamshire, Thoroton Society Record Series, 20 ().

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